BBC Media Action's work in Myanmar includes:
- The Yay Kyi Yar ("Towards clearer waters") radio show which gives people in Myanmar information about the potential risks and benefits of migrating for work, enabling them to make informed decisions about whether migration is right for them and their families.
- The Tea Cup Diaries (La Pe' Ye Ta Kwe Ye Diari), a radio drama aiming to increase understanding and tolerance between different ethnic and religious communities.
- The Khan Sar Kyi ("Feel it") programme, which aims to connect people from different backgrounds, regions and experiences across Myanmar and bring them together to discuss and explore issues of peace, conflict and identity.
All Myanmar projects
The Khan Sar Kyi project aims to build a broad and inclusive public debate in Myanmar by showcasing diverse perspectives on identity and increasing audience understanding of the causes of, and potential solutions to, conflict.
Yay Kyi Yar ("Towards Clearer Waters") provides information to people in Myanmar on the risks and opportunities of migrating for work, so they can make informed decisions about whether migration is right for them.
Using media to improve communities’ ability to prepare for and respond to extreme weather and disasters in Myanmar.